The Thomas Worsley Collection Box 20

Document Sample
The Thomas Worsley Collection Box 20 Powered By Docstoc
					The Thomas Worsley Collection
Box 20


American Revolution:

1. "Not Worth a Continental - Inflation During the American Revolution." Thomas B. Worsely,
        Feb. 6, 1980.
2. "John Paul Jones - An Illustrated Biography." James C. Bradford, Apr. 2 1980.
3. "Bunker Hill and New Orleans - Similarities." Col. Jarvis M. Harper, may 7, 1980.
4. "The roll of Women in the revolution." James T. Hall, Oct. 1, 1980. (Three tapes -- two sides.)
5. "Patrick Henry." Daniel P. Jordan, Jan. 7, 1981.
6. "Aaron Burr - Rascal of the Revolution." Michael J. Goergen, Apr. 14, 1981.
7. "Yorktown: A Naval Victory of Note." William J. Morgan, Sep. 2, 1981.
8. "Yorktown - Land Campaign: March, Siege, Victory." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Oct. 7, 1981.
9. "Continentals and Les Troops de la Terre." Robert Wright, Nov. 4, 1981.
10. "Yorktown: Meditation on Victory and Defeat." Esmond Wright, 1981.
11. "Martial Musick of Yorktown, the Musick of Turkey Farm Orchestra." 1981.
12. "Yorktown 201 Years Ago - Or How to Re-enact etc." Robert Wright, et al, Oct 6, 1982.
13. "Lafayette." Elmer F. Stein, Dec. 3, 1981.
14. "The Swamp Fox." Col. William P. Jones, jr., Jan. 6, 1982.
15. "George Washington - Citizen Soldier." Charles Cecil Wall, Feb. 3, 1982.
16. " Charles carroll of Carrollton - Conservative Revolutionary." Ronald Hofman, Mar. 3, 1982.
17. "The American Revolution from the Viewpoint of Virginia." Carey Roberts and Rebecca
        Seeley, Apr. 7, 1982.
18. "Jefferson and the American Revolution." Burton Spivak, May 5, 1982.
19. "Washington at Newburgh." Judge Stanley M. Levy, Sep. 8, 1982.
20. "The Big Redhead: George Rogers Clark." Col. William P. Jones Jr., Nov. 3, 1982.
21. "The Dutch Alliance, 1782-1982." T.H. von den Muysenberg, Dutch Embasy. Dec. 1, 1982.
22. "The British in the American Revolution." Larry C. Bradbury, Jan. 5, 1983.
23. "Lord Dunmore's Emancipation Proclamation." Kenneth E. Whitlock Jr., Feb. 2, 1983.
24. "The Battle of Guilford Courthouse." Col. Josph B. Mitchell,Mar. 2, 1983.
25. "Perspectives of a Gentleman from Alexandria, VA. on April 6,1783." John D. Hall,
        April 6, 1983.
26. "Society of the Cincinnati." William E.Cox, May 4, 1983.
27. "Miracle in Paris - Treaty of 1783." Harold D. Langley, Sep. 7, 1983.
28. "Microcosm of the Revolution: Continental Gunboat Philadelphia." Philip K. Lundberg,
        Oct 3, 1983.
29. "Braddock's Campaign - The potomac Route to the West."Ross Netherton, Nov.2, 1983.
30. "Robert Fulton - Pioneer of Undersea Warfare." Walter S. Hutcheson, Jr., Dec. 7, 1983.
31. "State navies in the American Revolution." William S. Dudley, Jan. 4, 1984.
32. "Fight for a Fourteenth State - Rebels Invade Canada. 1775-1776." Col. William P. Jones, Jr.,
        Feb. 1, 1984.
33. "Benedict Arnold." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Mar. 7, 1984.
34. "Support Personnel - Women with Gen. Braddock's Army." Carol C. Deakin, Apr. 4, 1984.
35. "War of 1812 - Chesapeake Bay." William S. Dudley, May 2, 1984.
36. "The battle of Bennington." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Sep. 5, 1984.
37. "The First Virginia Regiment." Thomas J. Deakin, Oct. 3, 1984.
38. "The British 64th Regiment of Foot." Larry C. Bradbury, Nov. 7, 1984.
39. "Military Operations in Pennsylvania." William E. Cox, Dec. 5, 1984.
40. "Flora MacDonald and the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge." Col. William P. Jones, Jr.,
        Mar. 6, 1985.
41. "George Mason: The Man and His Contributions." Peter B. Henriques, Apr. 3, 1985.
42. "The Revolution Moves to Charlottesville - And So Do We." Thomas B. Worsely,
        May 1, 1985.
43. "Was the Continental Navy a Mistake?" William S. Dudley, Sep. 4, 1985.
44. "The Brunswickers." Virginia E. DeMarce, Oct. 2, 1985.
45. "Rochambeau and L' Expedition Particuliere." LTC Albert D. McJoynt, Nov.6, 1985.
46. "Prelude to the Constitution." Robert R. Siegrist, Dec.4, 1985.
47. "George Washington's Papers." William W. Abbot, Jan. 8, 1986.
48. "The Commissary General of the Military Stores Dept." Carl Barna, Feb.5, 1986.
49. "The Role of Colonial Agents in the Era of the Revolution." Msgr. William A. Kerr,
        Mar.5, 1986.
50. "Our First Lady, Martha Washington." Ellen McCallister Clark, Apr. 2, 1986.
51. " Shay's Rebellion." James A. Henretta, Sep. 3, 1986.
52. "Nathanael Greene." Dennis N. Conrad, Oct. 1, 1986.
53. "Naval War in the Caribbean." Michael A. Palmer, Nov. 5, 1986.
54. "The Continental Marines." Brig. Gen. Rdwin H. Simmons, Dec. 3, 1986.
55. "The Fairfax Family." Ross and Nan Netherton, Jan. 7, 1987.
56. "Banastre Tarleton." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Feb. 4, 1987.
57. "The Northwest Frontier." Ross Netherton, Mar. 4, 1987.
58. "French Naval Operations, 1778." William L. Calderwood, Apr. 1, 1987.
59. "Seahorse Expidition: The British Raid on Alexandria,1814." William S. Dudley,
        May 6, 1987.
60. "Captain John Posey." Vincent B. Hawkins, Sep. 2, 1987.
61. "A Few Good Men: George Washington and the beginnings of the Continental Officer
Corps,          1775 - 1776." Philander Chase, Oct. 7, 1987.
62. "Essek Hopkins: The navy's First Commodore." William J. Morgan, Nov. 4, 1987.
63. "Joshua Barney and the Two Wars of American Independance." William S. Dudley,
        Dec. 2, 1987.
64. "Popular Music in Colonial Times and the Revolution." Nicholas Ward, Jan. 6, 1988.
65. "Wharves of Colonial America." Andrea Heintzelman, Feb. 3, 1988.
66. "Spain in the American Revolution." Brig. Gen. Edwin H. Simmons, Mar 2, 1988.
67. "Adrienne, the Marquise de La Fayette." Barbara A. McJoynt, Apr. 6, 1988.
68. "Carlisle During the Colonial and Revolutionary Periods." LTC Mark W. Andresen,
        May 4, 1988.
69. "The battle of the Titans: Virginia's Ratification of the Federal Constitution." Thomas B.
        Worsely, Sep. 7, 1988.
70. " Benedict Arnold's Career as a British Officer." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Oct. 5, 1988.
71. "American Revolutionary Pension Legislation." Virginia E. DeMarce, Nov. 2, 1988.
72. "The Battle of Hubbardton." Col. Joseph H. Whitehorne, Dec. 7 1988.
73. "L'Expedition Particuliere, Part II." LTC Albert D. McJoynt USAF (Ret.) , Jan. 4, 1989.
74. "Wooden Teeth, Etc. - Archeology at Mount Vernon." Dennis Pogue, Feb. 1, 1989.
75. "The battle of King's Mountain." James T. Wall, Mar. 1, 1989.
76. "Sea Control: Key to Victory at Yorktown." William J. Morgan, May 3, 1989.
77. "The American Revolution as a World War." LTC Albert D. McJoynt USAF (Ret.),
        Sep. 6, 1989.
78. "The French North American Naval Campaign of 1778." Mochael J. Crawford, Oct. 4, 1989.
79. "Chaplains in the Armies of the American Revolution." Virginia E. DeMarce, Nov.1, 1989.
80. "Not Worth a Continental - How Inflation sapped America's Revolutionary War Effort."
        Thomas B. Worsely, Dec. 6, 1989.
81. "The Basic Training of George Washington." Col. William P. Jones, Jr., Feb. 7, 1990.
82. "Why the British Burned Washington." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, USA (Ret.), Mar. 7, 1990.
83. "Patriots in Petticoats." Nan Netherton, Apr. 4, 1990.
84. "Turtle Shell, Etc.: The Chesapeake Flotilla."Donald G. Shomette, May 2, 1990.
85. "Prologue to Revolution: The Stamp act Crisis, 1764 -1766.." Thomas B. Worsely,
        Sep. 5, 1990.
86. "Rebels Before Their Time: The North Carolina Regulator Movement." Joan Barber,
        Oct. 3, 1990.
87. "General Nathanael Greene." Col. William P. Jones, Jr., Nov. 7, 1990.
88. "Interpreting the Revolutionary War in South Carolina." Edwin C. Bearss, Dec. 5, 1990.
89. "The Trenton-Princeton Campaign." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Feb. 6, 1991.
90. "Origin of the U.S. Navy's Mediterraenean Squadron, 1783-1816." William S. Dudley,
        Mar. 6, 1991.
91. "Major Lawrence Washington vs. Rev. Charles Greene." Peter R. Henriques, Apr. 3, 1991.
92. "The Campaign For a Capitol: Alexandria's Struggle For the Prize." T Michael Miller and
        Riley, Alexandria Historical Society, Apr. 24, 1991.
93. "Drums Along the Mohawk - The Battle of Oriskany." Robert Fricke, May 1, 1991.
94. "The First Freedom: Religion and the Bill of Rights." Thomas B. Worsely, Sep. 4, 1991.
95. "The Militant Dr. Franklin." Benjamin Franklin Cooling, Nov. 6, 1991.
96. "Sister Republics: Switzerland and the U.S." James H. Hutson, Dec. 4, 1991.
97. The Humor of George Washington." LTC Henry G. Morgan, USA (Ret.), Jan. 8, 1992.
98. The Exploits of Captain Lambert Wickes, Continental Navy." Charles E. Brodine,
        Feb. 5, 1992.
99. "Some Not-So-Good Commanders in the American Revolution." Col. William P. Jones, Jr.,
        Mar. 4, 1992.
100. "The Second Continental Congress." James T. Wall, Apr. 1,1992.
101. "The Battle of the Brandywine." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, May 6, 1992.
102. "The Korean, Vietnam and American Revolutionary Wars Compared." LTC Robert
Shumaker III, Sep. 2, 1992.
103. "Royal Navy Dockyard at Portsmouth is in Flames." William J. Morgan, Oct. 7, 1992.
104. "Loyalists in the Southern campaign." Henry I. Shaw,Nov.4, 1992.
105. "Billingsport: Washington Never Slept There." Brig, Gen. Edwin H. Simmons, USMC,
        (Ret.) Dec. 2, 1992.
106. "Role and Rule of law in the Ameriacan Revolution." Nicholas D. Ward, Feb. 3, 1993.
107. "Who Were the Colonial Americans?" Charles O. Johnson, Mar.3, 1993.
108. "The Role of Thomas Jefferson in the revolutionary war." Benson Soffer, Apr.7, 1993.
109. "The Deleware river campaign." Charles E. Brodine Jr., May 5, 1993.
110. "Jefferson Legacies." Thomas B. Worsley, Sons of the American Revolution and other
       Audiences, Sep. 8, 1994,and various dates.
111. "Thomas Jefferson, Friend of Alexandria." Thomas B. Worsley, Alexandria Historical
       Society and others, Oct. 27, 1993 and other dates.
112. "Alexandrians Present at the Creation, of the Constitution." LTC Henry G. Morgan,
       Alexandria Historical Society, Nov. 28, 1987.


CIVIL WAR

1. "Lew Wallace." Richard Skidmore, Feb. 14, 1978.
2. "P.G.T. Beauregard." Dennis Kelly, Jan. 2, 1979.
3. "The Blockade Runners." Malcolm H. McGann, Jr., Nov. 13, 1979.
4. "John Bell Hood." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Dec. 11, 1979.
5. "Herman haupt: Engineer and Railroader Extraordinary." Col. William P. Jones Jr.,
       Jan. 8, 1980.
6. "The new York City Draft Riots of 1863." Elden E. (Josh) Billings, Mar. 11, 1980.
7. "Antietam." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, May 13, 1980.
8. "The Pincers Never Pinched." (Vicksburg) Howard Westwood, Sept. 9, 1980.
9. "The Mexican War - Field Service School for Civil War Leaders." Col. William P. Jones Jr.,
       Oct. 14, 1980.
10. "Secession, the Proximate Cause." H. Paul Porter, Nov. 12, 1980.
11. "Gen. Joseph Eggleston Johnston." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Dec. 9, 1980.
12. "Gideon Pillow and Lew Wallace, Enigmas." benjamin F. Cooling III, Jan. 13, 1981.
13. "Andrew Johnson." Horace E. Jones Jr., Feb. 10. 1981.
14. "The battle of Mobile Bay." Elden E. (Josh) Billings, Mar. 10, 1981.
15. "The Extraordinary Memoir of a Confederate Naval Officer." Thomas B. Worsely,
       May 12, 1981.
16. "Sherman -- Land for the Lanndless." Howard C. Wesrwood, Sep. 8, 1981.
17." Music of the Civil War." Stephen F. Belcher, Oct. 13, 1981.
18."Alexandria, 1861-1865." William B. Hurd, Nov. 10, 1981.
19."Edward Porter Alexander." Robert K. Krick, Dec. 8, 1981.
20."Albert Sidney Johnston: An Appraisal." Charles P. Roland,Jan. 12, 1982.
21."The Siege of Charlestown." Elden E. "Josh" Billings, Feb. 9, 1982.
22."Gov. Andrew Goes to War." Hon. Endicott Peabody, Mar. 9, 1982.
23."Jubal A. Early." Millard Keller Bushong, Apr. 13, 1982.
24."Jackson's Valley Campaign." James I. Robertson, May 11, 1982.
24."The Battle of Galveston." Howard CWestwood, Sep. 14, 1982.
25."Cow's Tail Mystery - Harper's Ferry." Dennis Frye, Oct. 12, 1982.
26."Lincoln-McClellan, Truman-Macarthur." James V. Murfin, Nov. 9, 1982.
27. "The Generalship of Stonewall Jackson." Col. Joseph B. Mitchell, Dec. 14, 1982.
28."Why Was Lincoln Murdered?" Edward Steers Jr., Jan. 11, 1983.
29."Mosby's Rangers: Aristocratic Partisans." A. Kenneth Royston, Feb. 8, 1983.
30."Prelude to Gettysburg." John E. Devine, Mar. 8, 1983.
31."How Does it Look Now?" Joseph L. Harsh, Apr. 12, 1983.
32."Virginia in the Confederacy." James I. Robertson, May 10, 1983.
33."After Vicksburg, What of Mobile?" Howard C. Westwood, Sep., 13, 1983.
34."The Siege of Petersburg." Chris Caulkins, Oct. 11, 1983.
35."A Look at John Bell Hood." Richard McMurry, Nov. 8, 1983.
36."Grant and Lee at Petersburg." Richard Sommers, Dec. 13, 1983.
37."It Happend at Willard's." Thomas B. Worsely, Jan. 10, 1984.
38."Mary Todd Lincoln Declared Insane." Mark E. Neely, Jr. CWRT/DC and Lincoln Group,
        joint meeting, Feb. 14, 1984.
39."Phil Sheridan: ACharacter Sketch." Elden E. (Josh) Billings, Mar. 13, 1984.
40."John Brown." Dennis Frye, Apr. 10, 1984.
41."How Lee Defeated the Confederacy." Russell Weigley, May 8, 1984.
42."William Walker's Mutiny." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 11, 1984.
43."The Battle of Mobile Bay." Charles R. Haberlein, Oct. 9, 1984.
44."Second Manassas." Edwin C. Bearss, Nov. 13, 1984.
45."Railroads in the Civil War." Edwin Hunter, Dec. 11, 1984.
46."Federal Manpower The First Three Years of the War." LTC Jos. Whitehorne,Jan. 8, 1985.
47."The Red River Campaign of 1864." Col. William P. Jones, Jr., Feb. 12, 1985.
48."Garibaldi and the American Civil War." William R. Tansill, Mar. 12, 1985.
49."The Military History of Nathan Bedford Forrest." Maj. Gen. William D. McCain,
        Apr. 9, 1985.
50."Confederate Generals -- The Humerous and the Heroic." James I. Robertson, May 14, 1985.
51."General Rufus Saxton." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 10, 1985.
52."Three Hoosiers Who Survived." Richard Skidmore, Oct. 8, 1985.
53."U.S. Grant." Col. Jos. B. Mitchell, USA (Ret.), Nov. 12, 1985.
54."Wartime Washington -- Social, Economic, Political." Elden E. (Josh) Billings, Dec. 10,
1985.
55."The Inspector General Dept. In the Civil War." LTC Jos. W. Whitehorne, USA,
        Jan. 14, 1986.
56."An Illustrated Tour of Mr. Lincoln's City." Maj. Gen. Richrd M. Lee, USA (Ret.),
        Feb. 11, 1986.
57."Sequel to Forts Henry and Donelson." B. Franklin Cooling, Mar. 11, 1986.
58."Brandy Station." William Price. May 13, 1986.
59."A Union Regiment's Pursuit of Reenlistment Furlough." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 9,
1986.
60."Mallory, Secretary of the Navy of the Confederacy." Rev. Durkin, Oct. 7, 1986.
61."The Nashville Campaign of 1864." Col. Jos. B. Mitchell, USA, (Ret.), Nov. 12, 1986.
62."The Civil War: The View From yhe National Archives." Michael P. Musick, Dec. 8, 1986.
63."Guerilla Activities in Northern Virginia." Charles P. Poland, Jr., Jan. 13, 1987.
64."The Vicksburg Campaign." Edwin C. Bearss, Feb. 10, 1987.
65."The U.S. Navy and the Civil War." Capt. Edward (Ned) Beach, USN, Mar. 10, 1987.
66."Rifle Fire in the Civil War." Paddy Griffith (Sandhurst , England) Apr. 4, 1987.
67."Grant: The Man and the Image." James G. Barber, May 12, 1987.
68."Gen. Benjamin Butler's Naval Brigade." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 8, 1987.
69."Chancelorsville, May 1-5, 1863." Col. Jos. B. Mitchell, USA, (Ret.), Oct. 13, 1987.
70."Was Venus a Confederate?" Rita May Brown, Nov. 10, 1987.
71."Seapower in the American Civil War. " William N. Still, Jr., Dec. 8, 1987.
72."James B. McPherson and the Ideals of the Old American Army." Tamara Melia,
       Jan. 12, 1988.
73."Fort donelson Revisited." B.Franklin Cooling, Feb. 9, 1988.
74."The Bristoe Station Campaign." Michael A. Palmer, Mar. 8, 1988.
75."Grant As Commander." John Y. Simon, Apr. 12, 1988.
76."Confederate Uniforms at Gettysburg." Les Jensen, May 10, 1988.
77."The Chaplain and the General." Howard C. Westwood, Sept. 13, 1988.
78."Grant Gives Lee the Slip." Edwin C. Bearss, Oct. 10, 1988.
79."Come Retribution: The Confederate Secret Service." William A. Tidwell. Nov. 8, 1988.
80."Music of the Confederacy Revisited." Richard Bales, Dec. 13, 1988.
81."The Army of Tennessee vs. The Army of Northern Virginia." Richard M. McMurry,
       Jan. 10, 1989.
82."General Joseph E. Johnston." Jos. B. Mitchell, USA, (Ret.), Feb. 1989.
83."Champion Hill--Key to Vicksburg." Edwin Bearss, Mar. 17, 1989.
84."Religion in the Civil War." James I. Robertson, Jr., Apr. 11, 1989.
85."First Manassas: A New and Different Perspective." Kim B. Holien, May 9, 1989.
86."The Preacher and the Emancipation Proclamation." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 12, 1989.
87."Why Did the South Lose the Civil War?" James M. McPherson, Oct. 20, 1989.
88."Judah P. Benjamin Revisitrd." Thomas B. Worsely, Nov. 14, 1989.
89."The lady in the Veil." James O. Hall, Jan. 9, 1990.
90."Rewriting the War of 1863." Thoams L. Connelly, Feb. 13, 1990.
91."West Point During the Civil War." Alan Aimons, May 8, 1990.
92."Blacks, Women and Hispanics in the Confederacy." Edward C. Smith, Oct. 9, 1990.
93."The Battle of Brandy Station." Clark B. Hall, Nov. 13, 1990.
94."Franklin and Nashville - The Middle Tennessee Campaign, 1864." B. Franklin Cooling,
       Dec. 11, 1990.
95."Camp Curtin - 'Boot Camp' of the union Army."William J. Miller, Jan. 1991.
96."Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties." Mark E. Neely, Jr., Feb. 12, 1991.
97."Civil War Music." Richard Bales, Annual Banquet, CWRT of Alexandria, Mar. 15, 1991.
98."XI Corps on the First Day of the Battle of Gettysburg." A. Wilson Greene, Apr.9, 1991.
99."Blockade Running During the Civil war." Stephen R. Wise, May 14, 1991.
100."The Chicago Mercantile Battery." Howard C. Westwood, Sep. 10, 1991.
101."Does Death on the Battlefield Make a General Great?" Edwin C. Bearss, Oct. 2, 1991.
102."Confederate Florida." William Nulty, Nov. 12, 1991.
103."Old Jube and Uncle Phil." Jeffrey Wert, Dec. 10, 1991.
104."The Lincoln Assasination: A New Perspective." Michael Kaufman, Feb. 11, 1992. Jointly
       sponsored by CWRT/DC and Lincoln Group.
105."The Five Forks Campaign, March 29 to April 1, 1865."Chris Calkins, Mar. 10, 1992.
106."The Bermuda Hundred Campaign." Herbert M Schiller, Apr. 14, 1992.
107."Why the Civil War Still Lives." James I. Robertson, Jr., May 12, 1992.
108."Mosby- An Overview of the Gray Ghost." Moyer/ Evans/ McAtee/ Jones, Jun. 9, 1992.
109."Glorietta Pass- Antietam of the West." Edwin C. Bearss, Sep. 8, 1992.

110."Rough Day in Enroughty - Second Battle of Darbytown Road." Richard Sommers,
       Oct. 13, 1992.
111."Battle of Franklin - Who Speaks for the Dead?." Wiley Sword, Nov. 10, 1992.
112."Mosby vs. Sheridan in the Shenandoah." Dennis E. Frye, Dec. 8, 1992.
113."The Monocacy." B. Franklin Cooling, Feb. 9, 1993.
114."Stonewall Jackson's Failed Proteges." Robert K. Krick, Mar. 9, 1993.
115."Considering Lee Considered." Alan T. Nolan, May 11, 1993.
116."The Road to Disunion - The Slavery Issue, 1776-1865." Thmas B. Worsely, Various
       audiences and dates.
117."Columbus On the Chatahoochee - Homefront and Battlefront, 1861-1865." Thoams B.
       Worsely, Various audiences and dates.
118."Civil War Inflation and its Impact on the Outcome." Thomas B. Worsely, Various
audiences     and dates.
119."The Two Money Bags: Chase and Memminger." Thomas B. Worsely, Sons of Union
       Veterans Sep. 10, 1994, and other audiences and dates. (Reverse has Inflation Lecture)

120."Alexandrians Present at the Creation ( of the U.S. Constitution)." LTC Henry G. Morgan,
      USA (Ret.), Alexandria Historical Society, Nov. 28, 1987.
121."Heritage of Robert E. Lee (Largely about Lighthorse Harry Lee)." Col. Wm. P. Jones, Jr.,
      USA (Ret.), CWRT of Alex., Feb. 17, 1983.
122."Reminiscences Of A Civil War Historian." Bell I. Wiley, CWRT/DC, May 9, 1978.
      ( Re-recorded at Chicago CWRT).